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On the side of children: Emma AdBåge
We've read three books by Swedish author/illustrator Emma AdBåge: one in English (the only one that's been translated from Swedish, ...
  Every bit as heartwarming as we expected it to be, Benji Davies' latest book tells the story of a snowflake afraid to fall, and a girl...
  Sharing these again and again💚 (we would like them in English please?)  Lupinella and Ursula tell the stories of two important conserva...
No Harry Potter nor the best Disney movie can beat the masterpieces of Japanese animation. Montessori doesn't mean watching zero TV or j...
Wolf Children - A parent's look at the movie
A glimpse of what we’ve been reading incessantly in the past few months:) Chen Jang Hong is a Chinese painter and illustrator living in Pa...
Some books struggle to be seen.  Like this one, recently published by @graffegbooks , a Welsh publishing company that is not afraid to tack...
Is earlier better?  A reflection on the race to literacy
  I live in a country where children are expected to start reading and writing at 4 and a half. They are assessed and sometimes ranked publi...
  When we went into lockdown, we all had to reorganise a bit our homes.  The most avant-garde companies offered extra benefits to their empl...
You all know Jumbo right? I mean beyond Disney's heartbreaking retelling of the story, which you will never show to your child:) This is...
Italian publisher L'Ippocampo is one of those to watch for, even if you don't read in Italian. They are independent, cutting-edge a...
A Picture Book about colours, by Pascale Estellon
Two books to explore light and darkness
Days are getting shorter and darker..but guess what? Some pretty cool things can only be seen in the dark. I have always liked to explore an...
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